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Mother-Daughter Lip Dub to ‘Just A Girl’ + My Exclusive Interview with the Mom Who Made It [VIDEO]

I came across a sweet lip dub to No Doubt's 'Just a Girl' that features a mom and her elementary school aged daughter doing the most adorable video fun you could imagine.  Check out the video and my exclusive interview with the mom who made it.

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Cuomo Points To Parents For Piercings

Albany, NY (WIBX) – New York teens who want body piercings without their parents knowing may be making a mad rush to piercing parlors.  In just about three months a new law signed by Governor Cuomo goes into effect that mandates parental consent for body piercings for anyone under the age of 18.

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Could Texting Make Kids’ Grammar Worse?

We already know texting while driving is bad, but new research seems to indicate that even before kids are old enough to get behind the wheel, texting might have another downfall: it’s making their grammar worse.

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New Study Reveals Anger Issues Are Plaguing America’s Youth

The eyes of the America teenager appear to be seeing red all across the country, according to a new study.

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New Survey Reveals More Teenagers Try Drugs and Alcohol During the Summer

While the summer months are supposed to fun and a much needed break from the previous school year, a new survey finds that many teens are using their summer vacation to try drugs and alcohol.

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Can Spanking Your Children Lead to Mental Illness?

While some parents prefer the use of non-violent disciplinary actions against their mischievous children, others take no shame in dishing out some good old-fashioned corporal punishment as a means of teaching little junior some of the lessons of life.

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When Should Kids With ADHD Start Taking Medication?

Medicating children with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is seen as controversial in some circles, but a new study suggests kids who start taking the drugs as young as 4 years old may do better academically than those who start in middle school.

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Judge Punishes Teen By Having Her Ponytail Chopped Off – Is It Fair?

You’ve certainly heard of “an eye for an eye,” but what about a ponytail for a ponytail?

In a strange criminal trial that was recently adjudicated in Utah, 13-year-old Kaytlen Lopan stood accused of the confusing crime of befriending a 3-year-old she met at a McDonald’s and then cutting off her ponytail right then and there.

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Smartphones Are the Chic New Way to Keep Babies Quiet

In years past, parents would often quiet a crying child by giving him a toy or popping a pacifier in his mouth. But these days, it’s more likely that fussy kid will wind up with mom’s cell phone instead.

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What Parents Need to Know When Their Kids Move Back Home

Most kids eagerly await the day when they get to move out on their own to either go to college or simply join the workforce and live by their own rules.

However, sometimes things do not work out quite like junior thought he might – giving him no option but to move back home to live with mommy and daddy.

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Which Cities in America Are the Best for Raising a Family?

When considering the best possible place to raise your children, certain criteria should be top of mind. Things like a safe family-friendly neighborhood as well as an exceptional school system are great places to start.

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Mother Outraged Over Daughter’s Award for ‘Most Homework Excuses’

Humorous academic superlatives are generally handed out in high school yearbooks. Maybe it’s best to keep it that way because a ”Catastrophe Award” for having the most homework excuses given to a third grader at Desert Springs Academy in Arizona is causing controversy.

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